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What US travel warnings tell us about America
Numerous countries have issued candid advice to travelers to the U.S. due to increasing violence, largely stemming from its ongoing inability to enforce meaningful gun control measures.
What is behind increase in US murder rate?
The rate of single-victim and mass murders in America has risen significantly in 2022.
UK's U-turn puts America first, Britain last
​At the request of the U.S., the British government halted the takeover of Newport Wafer Fab, undermining jobs and investment. How much longer can the U.K. compromise its economy to appease American interests?
​Sunak's tough job ahead
Not long after U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak took office, the country entered another recession. Regardless of how long he can hold onto power, he must deal with the tough job ahead of him.
How Trumpism poisons Brazilian election
Donald Trump's anti-democratic tactics are exacerbating a global trend of right-wing populists trying to usurp power and violate individual rights.
​Itaewon tragedy touches many across borders
A one-time Korean resident reflects on the tragic stampede that occurred in Seoul's popular Itaewon nightlife district on Saturday night.
Hoax school shootings in US traumatizing students
America's twin passions of unrestricted access to guns and shameless social media provocation are hence united in a truly depraved trend.
​Impact of Brazil's election on its future
An increasingly tight race between extreme right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro and left-wing former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva means that Brazilians, with 10 days remaining until the run-off, still have little clue as to who is likely to win one of the most heated, disputed, and unpredictable elections in Brazil's history.
Pragmatic cooperation remains the mainstay of Sino-German ties
Germany and China will benefit from each other if the two sides continue to engage in open dialogue and pursue pragmatic cooperation.
Italy's election highlights Europe's long-term woes
Giorgia Meloni's victory in Italy represents a trend toward right-wing parties throughout Europe as a whole, reflecting the broad failure of its economic governance since 2008.
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